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    • Road Rage
    • Road Rage

      Henry Rollins wants you ... to vote
      When Henry Rollins is asked what drives him — whether he’s fronting iconic punk band Black Flag, authoring books and columns, acting in films…
    • Winter Tales Going Global?
    • Winter Tales Going Global?

      State of the Arts
      Most people have their holiday traditions, and Vermont Stage Company is no exception. If you’ve seen any of its annual Winter Tales shows in…
    • Story Core
    • Story Core

      Thanks to the Moth, live storytelling performances abound in Vermont
      When Tom Boone took the stage at the Vermont College of Fine Arts Saturday night, it wasn’t to sing, dance or play music. Boone,…
    • All "American"
    • All "American"

      Radio host Ira Glass tells his story
      Since 1995, Ira Glass, the boyish-sounding host of public radio’s “This American Life,” has been telling stories. Hundreds of stories about ordinary people that…
    • Voices From Chernobyl in Burlington
    • Voices From Chernobyl in Burlington

      State of the Arts
      This Friday, Burlington's Firehouse Gallery hosts an event that proves the laws of physics also apply to storytelling. From powerful events come transformative stories.…
    • Wolf Tales

      Tim Jennings and Leanne Ponder spin ageless yarns for new audiences
      Once there was a wolf - a hungry wolf - who lived alone. It had always been that way. Now, when he'd been a young…
    • Hope Flows

      Hip-Hop Preview: Saul Williams
      Saul Williams is an actor, a writer and L.A. Weekly's "best hip-hop artist" of 2005. But contrary to popular belief, the 33-year-old native of Newburgh,…
    • Into the World

      State of the Arts
      It wasn't quite rap, but when Trevien Stanger delivered his "poem/rant" to fellow graduating seniors last month at St. Michael's College, "I put some style…
    • Space Race

      State of the Arts
      Location, location, location ... isn't just about real estate. "Place" is also important to arts organizations, and finding a home, or keeping the one they've…
    • Stand-up Poet

      Burlington bard Seth Jarvis gets the last word
      It's a slowish Sunday night at Burlington's Waiting Room, and an open-mike poetry reading -- part of the bar's weekly artsProject -- is in full…
    • Talk Show

      Theater Review: Minus Music
      Writer Dylan Thomas wondered about "the mystery of having been moved by words." Burlington poet Nora Mitchell is taking that concept a step further. Borrowing…
    • Back Talk

      LEFT FIELD You gotta hand it to Elizabeth Bunsen — who used her left one to make “Fun in the Sun.” The Charlotte artist not…
    • Back Talk

      BAD WRAP There’s been a major casting change in the cinema studies and film production department at Burlington College. After getting the program off the…

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